Medical Transcriptionist (Remote)

July 2, 2024

Job Overview

  • Date Posted
    July 2, 2024
  • Expiration date
    --

Job Description

The responsibilities of this job include, but are not limited to, the following: Transcribing and editing recorded material (e.g., patient histories and physicals, consult letters and notes, physician correspondence, x-ray reports, etc.); Verifying accuracy of patient information (e.g., name, identification number, etc.); Matching the complaint to diagnosis using Medical Records needing review for specific date reports for every date of service transcribed; Verifying accuracy of transcription for correct punctuation, grammar and spelling; Researching via appropriate reference materials in order to correct dictated language into concise, accurate, and understandable text; Informing the Team Lead when there are questions and inconsistencies in the dictated language that require assistance with correction; Flagging charts that are dictated in the incorrect pool for the supervisor so they can be moved to the proper pool; Sending demographic information regarding flagged dictations to the… Transcription Assistant to be addressed by dictator(s); Meeting the minimum daily line requirements as directed. Minimum education and professional requirements include, but are not limited to, the following: High school diploma required; Formal training through an accredited transcription program preferred; Five or more years of experience as a medical transcriptionist in a hospital, urgent care facility, or medical specialty preferred; Knowledge of medical transcription guidelines and practices; Excellent skills in English usage, grammar, punctuation, and style; Ability to use an extensive array of professional reference materials; Ability to operate word processing equipment, dictation and transcription equipment, and other equipment as specified; Ability to work independently with minimal or no supervision; Proficiency in a variety of Microsoft applications and software products, as well as transcription-specific software products; Ability to concentrate and work under pressure with no time constraints; Ability to sit for extended periods of time; Ability to lift up to 40 lbs. Since opening our first medical center in 1981, Patient First’s vision remains the same: making access to quality medical care as convenient and cost-effective as possible. To achieve this objective, we have adopted and continue to embrace many innovative operating systems and practices. All 78 Patient First centers in the mid-Atlantic region are open every day of the year- including weekends and holidays. Patient First provides both primary and urgent care services as well as a broad range of Occupational Health services. X-rays, lab tests, and prescription drugs are available on-site to save time and reduce the need for extra trips. Patient First offers excellent benefits packages, flexible hours, and competitive compensations for Nurses, Lab and Radiologic Technologists, Medical Assistants, and Front Office staff. Medical candidates with at least 1-2 years of experience in a physician’s office or hospital setting are preferred. To learn more about our non physician benefits package please click here. To learn more about our physician benefits please click here

Apply Job!

For more such jobs please click here!

Related Jobs